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Air India introduces ‘Order to Chef’ service

Varun Aggarwal Mumbai | Updated on January 22, 2018 Published on December 10, 2015

National carrier Air India has introduced ‘Order to Chef’ service for its premium class passengers on select international flights out of Delhi.

In association with its in-flight catering partners TajSats and Sky Gourmet, the ‘Order to Chef’ service will offer selection and ordering of menu by first and business class passengers.

A dedicated 'Order to Chef' cell has been set up in Delhi and an Air India team reaches out to these passengers to seek their meal preference from the existing menu.

The desired choice of meal is then ordered in advance for the premium class passengers. Feedback to the newly introduced service has been positive, with passengers expressing their delight at the gesture, the airline said in a statement.

Currently available for the passengers of the daily Delhi-Chicago and Delhi-New York flights and three daily Delhi-London flights, Air India plans to extend the ‘Order to Chef’ service to other international flights shortly.

Air India offers two major meals and one high tea on the Delhi-Chicago and Delhi-New York sector, whereas travellers relish one major meal and snacks on the Delhi-London sector.

The in-flight menu offers an assortment of the best of Indian cuisine, a wide variety of continental and seafood recipes.

Published on December 10, 2015
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